Samsung has announced that its upcoming lineup of TVs will support the new HDR10+ Adaptive feature, allowing HDR content to work better in different lighting conditions, starting with Prime Video.
Smasung has announced that its range of smart TVs is adding support for HDR10+ content from a new source, Google Play Movies. The new capability is available on its TVs in 117 countries.
Samsung has partnered with several over-the-top providers, including CHILI, to deliver the "world's first" 8K HDR10+ content to customers. 8K HDR10+ is available on some of Samsung's latest TVs.
One UI source code hints that Samsung's upcoming flagships might gain the ability to record HDR10+ videos, shoot higher-res slow-motion for longer, sport improved scene and flaw detection, and more.
Today, Amazon announced that users will be able to stream its Prime Video in HDR10+, although it's currently only available for Samsung's 2017 lineup of 4K UHD TVs, including the QLED models.